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Middle East War: Iran’s Alli

  Somewhere in the mountains of northern Yemen, the missile lifted off in a dense cloud of fire and smoke and began its arc over Saudi Arabia. After roari

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Posted On: 09 Dec 2017

Philippines' Duterte orders po

  Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the police to actively support the drugs enforcement agency in his war on drugs, his spokesman said on

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Posted On: 05 Dec 2017

Former Yemeni president Ali Ab

  Yemeni rebels killed their erstwhile ally Ali Abdullah Saleh, the country’s former president and strongman, as their forces battled for control of

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Posted On: 04 Dec 2017

South Korea signs deal to buil

  South Korean rolling stock manufacturer Hyundai Rotem signed a 720-million euro (856-million U.S. dollars) contract with Iran Railways on Saturday to pr

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Posted On: 02 Dec 2017

Pope wraps up Asian trip after

  Pope Francis visited a home in Dhaka founded by Mother Teresa for orphans, unwed mothers and destitute elderly as he wrapped up his trip to Myanmar and

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Posted On: 02 Dec 2017

Pope Francis Says 'Rohingya' D

  Pope Francis asked for forgiveness Friday from refugees in Bangladesh for all the hurt and indifference they have endured, demanded their rights be reco

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Posted On: 02 Dec 2017

Japan's emperor to become 1st

  Japan's much admired Emperor Akihito is set to abdicate on April 30, 2019, at age 85 in the first such departure from the Chrysanthemum Throne

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Posted On: 01 Dec 2017

Iran, Turkey sign deal with Qa

  Iran and Turkey signed a deal Sunday with Qatar aimed at boosting commercial ties with the Gulf state which is under blockade by its Arab neighbours, Ir

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Posted On: 28 Nov 2017

Vietnamese teenager gets elect

  This is one of the most unfortunate deaths we have come across with lifestyle habits responsible for it! A young Vietnamese girl is said to have be

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Posted On: 18 Nov 2017

North Korea fired 40 shots at

  The defector suffers multiple organ injuries after fatal gunshots, doctor says.   Around 40 gunshots were fired from the North at a North Korean

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Posted On: 14 Nov 2017

Great democracies should also

  "Two of the world's great democracies should also have the world's greatest militaries,'' the United States and India resolved today in an unprecedented

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Posted On: 13 Nov 2017

Philippine troops kill 9 remai

  Philippine military officials say troops have killed at least nine remaining militants aligned with the Islamic State group over the weekend in southern

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Posted On: 07 Nov 2017

As Asian Medical Markets Grow,

  The Asian medical market is booming. McKinsey predicts that Asia will become the second highest medical technology market in the world by 2020, and it c

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Posted On: 01 Nov 2017

South Korea and Japan lead ral

  Stocks in Asia closed higher on Wednesday, with markets in Japan and South Korea leading gains in the region. Investors also digested the extended g

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Posted On: 01 Nov 2017

Saudi Arabia will allow women

  About a month after Saudi Arabia granted women the right to drive, the kingdom has announced another historic move: Starting next year, women

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Posted On: 30 Oct 2017

Qatar's emir warns against mil

  Qatar's emir has warned against any military confrontation over the ongoing diplomatic dispute between his country and four other Arab nations, saying i

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Posted On: 30 Oct 2017

Troops and strays, the only si

  With vehicles crushed and overturned and buildings reduced to skeletons of mangled steel and rubble, the Philippine city of Marawi resembles the afterma

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Posted On: 26 Oct 2017

North Korea Fears Japan 'Invas

  Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has upped his rhetoric against North Korea following a landslide victory in Sunday’s snap election, worryi

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Posted On: 24 Oct 2017

Singapore to cap number of car

  Cars congesting roads is a problem in just about every major urban center around the world, but some areas are worst in this regard than others. Singapo

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Posted On: 24 Oct 2017

Japan Election Victory Gives A

  The ruling coalition scores a two-thirds majority in the Lower House elections.   Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s sweeping election

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Posted On: 23 Oct 2017

Southeast Asian ministers urge

  Southeast Asian defense ministers on Monday expressed “grave concern” over North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs and urged the re

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Posted On: 23 Oct 2017

Kim Jong Un's Economy Could To

  North Korea's economy could collapse within the next 12 months due to tough sanctions recently imposed by the United Nations after pressure from the Tru

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Posted On: 18 Oct 2017

Indonesian goalkeeper Huda die

  Indonesian football was in mourning on Monday after celebrated goalkeeper Choirul Huda died following an on-pitch collision with a teammate. Huda, 38

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Posted On: 16 Oct 2017

Middle East Showdown: 5 Irania

  An Israeli strike on Iran's nuclear facilities wouldn't go unanswered. What are the most dangerous tools at Tehran's disposal?   Israel has its h

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Posted On: 14 Oct 2017

Mystery surrounds deaths of Hi

  Government accused of ‘dirty tricks’ as Hindus who fled to Bangladesh say army was behind massacre, only to blame Rohingya militants once ba

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Posted On: 12 Oct 2017

Asian oil refiners lose profit

  The boost to Asian refiners’ profits from the loss of refining capacity in the United States from August’s Hurricane Harvey has proved tempo

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Posted On: 10 Oct 2017